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"university queensland" Discussed on Real Wealth Real Health

Real Wealth Real Health

12:08 min | 1 year ago

"university queensland" Discussed on Real Wealth Real Health

"Into evaluating market trends and how to shift investor expectations for impending economic contractions high read. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks for having me on the show. Yeah it was. It was really fun when we were getting started with podcasts. In I thought who are people from a mine network especially this network that I built up over the past few years in the real estate space that I wanted to reach out to you and as I was going through my list your email came through my inbox about this book that you were launching and I thought Gosh I haven't talked to read in years so here we are in. I'm so excited to talk to you about this journey because we met back in like I want to say Twenty fifteen twenty sixteen and a has changed in the past four years for all of us in the space. And I'm really excited to hear all about what you've been up to and share your knowledge in your wisdom with our listeners will thank you very much in very flattering introduction. Know you'll you'll be fine so then I would love to start with is like I know you but let's hear from you a little bit about who you are your experience and you know what our listeners can can look forward to hearing from you. Wow good big one who am I? I think it's the the the question was asked ourselves each and every day. I guess I'm a self self loving down to Earth Guy who love surfing in investing in real estate and finding financial freedom and really. I think the crux of who I am as a person is someone who likes uncertainty but also Fees REGRET IN. My story is that. I moved to the United States. Back in two thousand twelve. I quit my job in Australia. And we can get into that a little bit but avoids being. I've always thought to myself of A. Don't give this a crack. Don't give something a A. I'm GONNA wake up when I'm seventy eight and regret it. And Molly Studies now back lost ten years and been really proud of what shave tonight and that means the next ten years. I don't have to stress as much because I know my to my left to mind devices. Clearly I know what L. figure it out somehow and that's really who I am as a person is just understanding that don't put as much stress on what's going to happen next ten years but just look at the doors that are in front of you right now open them. See what. Walk through those doors and and let the future figure itself out Along the way. So does that answer the question of who I am I eat. Oh it's such a hard question to you know to to answer because we're so nuanced and they're so much to to talk about one of the reasons why. I really wanted you on. The show was because you have this deep financial or rather real estate experience mean. It's both financial and real estate as an entrepreneur. You're doing a nine to five life. You've read a book it you in you took the action to change your life. It's not like Oh. This book changed my life but wrong rather than you did something about it and like you said you're opening doors going through them probably closing other doors and so what does that. What has that look like for you as an entrepreneur getting into real estate and obviously everyone can hear your accent. You're not from America so you've also done this as an ex pat. So let's just talk a little bit about the professional side to start with especially as it relates to the real estate. Yes so the professional saw the bug was planted. You You alluded to the Rich Dad. Poor Dad and that really came off a couple years of traveling abroad of Rwanda clock even further. I graduate knows two thousand and seven from University of Queensland Australia as structural engineer Two Thousand and night when abroad to London to work on the two thousand twelve Olympic Games but in two thousand night on infrastructure development two dozen nine was in the south of France. Talk In Green Room before he presser code and in two thousand nine is where I met my my then girlfriend now WAAS Erica. Who's American At the end of two thousand and I moved back to Australia. And that's when I really realized about I want to. I want someone pay me to live my life right I want to. I just enjoy this incredible. Two years being embroiled all these event adventures I crossed the Atlantic Ocean on a soupy. All had these incredible eye-opening experiences but I was still working. Ended up being back in a cubicle. And this is not what I signed up for. This is not what I want to life and I really felt like that Star athlete sitting on the bench. And just watching my life go by in mid mid Mid to mid twenties like twenty s and I really. I didn't know what would entrepreneurship men. And when I picked up that Book Rich Dad Poor Dad it sort of ignited. The spark within meet to cyanide is mole he had two loss. I E financial freedom. Then what I was told right. What else told us a growing up. Go to school. You're going to get a job. You got to be in his cubicle. You Know Punch the clock and then at sixty five years of age somehow then you or you get these golden ticket to living now the rest you loss and I didn't really subscribe to that so the whole idea around. The book was just rich. Dad planted a seed. That Sade was enough to challenge the status quo which had been brought up to believe and so then the next since two thousand nine over decades lighter at quest towards financial freedom to woods figuring it out towards opening doors and and and the rest of it ice. Yeah I didn't realize it was two thousand nine. That's actually when I also started my own entrepreneurial journey I was at a hedge fund in Switzerland. Actually I was living in Europe at the time and We're coming off the tail end of the you know the almost near destruction of the fund with with everything that started happening in September of two thousand eight and various personal reasons. I I laughed. I left the funding. I started entrepreneur. That really started my entrepreneurial path In two thousand nine as well so I didn't realize that that was that for you. What what made you choose real estate? Was it specifically what was said in the book or were you already kind of familiar with it from being familiar enough that the fact that I was a structural engineer working on infrastructure projects on some developments in my early career as an engineer. But also my dad had you know he was a hostile take. Nothing can be very humble upbringings. Nothing fancy but he had credit a little nest egg for himself through investing in real estate and really. Australians have been taught over the years you buy something can hopefully be w money you'll double the value of an asset in ten years. You doing pretty well right. That's the mindset. I've come from of slow and steady wins the rice and he had cried not not necessary financial freedom but some comfortable living where now he's at sixty five years of age and he doesn't he doesn't he doesn't have any lines on these on these houses and he is in debt free which is pretty incredible full person who had a a easily but Not a great income as hostile takeover growing up so being really smart with with money An investing in assets was sort of. I could have chosen. The stocks bonds are out but I chose the tangible physical asset because of my ability to build stuff and that sort of engineering me but also the fact that I had an upbringing where My Dad had invested a little bit of real estate along the wife is right and what was the first product you invested in was not in the US. Yeah so the First Project. So you sort of summarizing. The two thousand and on to to to moving to the United States was two thousand and I had the epiphany of I needed him with my life. Shed pod started in educating myself about the benefits of real estate attending local real estate investment clubs. In Australia Erica moves out to stray off Mazdas granted eleven. She does after twelve months and at the end of that. Two thousand eleven was like all right. We come to a fork in the road. Do I want to go and live abroad again? being ex PAT and that was a real desire within the older one Stein stryer and do do something and all play plight sites and the uncertainty in. May wanted to go you know. Throw throw caution to the wind. Let's give it a crack so quit the job at the end of two thousand eleven Erica we moved to New York City and I had a tourist visa and I had to get a job pretty quickly and I'd to get a visa pretty quickly. Because I need three months to be in the country Eric Hand is an American citizens is completely different. kettle of fish. And Yeah I think within two weeks of being fresh off the boat. I was at my at the at the real estate He is a real estate investments in New York City and I thought Australia had some pretty awesome networking events. This was you know. It's the big apple it's network on steroids and it's the foss toss talking Americans coming at me with all this lingo. That I wasn't necessarily. We didn't use the same lingo because of the different invest in climate. Mock in Stra really. I spent the first six months. Readjusting recalibrating my mind on on how to invest in real estate in the United States but also realize that the barriers to entry here saw much law than they are in Australia. And you know what Rich Dad Poor Dad said. I found these markets within a four hour drive of New York City. Icq's in upstate. New York where you can buy fifty thousand dollar properties and not just wouldn't exist in Austria so I'd side a little bit of money. And my first deal was thirty. Eight Thousand Dollar. Triplex in Syracuse New Yorkers. Because I could get on the Greyhound bus and truck to and from a market that I could afford and when I moved here wanted to lend anyway even that I did have a job was to the fact that I just credit. I didn't know what a credit school was made to you. So that would. My first deal was just within six months. Moving here was was about getting the cash flow or cash flow saved cachefly but had a very quick lesson in section eight housing and Investing in in the slums so you know had had had a drive by shooting at one of my properties. But but you know you shake your head. It's I wouldn't have got to where I am today without doing that. I deal I deal meant it was my in cash was my risk. It was my money I was willing to put it on the line because just because I was sick of having my nose in a book on the subway learning about something it was more getting out and taking action in the only way going. GonNa Learn and that point out of is that I've been learning since two thousand and nine so it's sort of like over two years two and a half years of Learning and then coming to the United States and is needed to get something done so that was more the raisin But but I deal don and that rolled into the second little deal and then Old Like multifamily little multifamily deals and then look to do some. I did a flip in Philadelphia. Which didn't go great but it's still going going and then really got to. The end to attain and friend of mine came down from Canada who actually studied with the university Queensland and I was telling him about a little portfolio of probably less than two hundred thousand dollars worth of property but wasn't financially free and and boasting to him about what. I'm doing so slots him the back in weld on good on. Ya He He's close on seventy unit deal and I said You know. Six seven zero seven zero. How the Hell did you do that? Need Talk to me about getting a mentor about rising on people's money and Silkair backs on ants and all that sort of stuff and that was the first to get me thinking about like I I need to scale and at that sort of that was the second opinion in my life which was the first one was breached. I pulled up. This was the second conversation IRA couple of years and I kind of had the sense that I was getting to the end of my tether already with three little deals full deals under my belt like of the banks went really lending me that much. Because I wasn't credit worthy income wasn't going up enough to get more light loans so I really needed to change.

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"university queensland" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"university queensland" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"Okay so I'm a professor of clinical psychology university. You tubby university Queensland Australia and so I've been studying depression empresas right that for a while. And we've been working on therapy cool compassionate faked syrupy ticket out people who have very highly self-critical San Fran so we can talk to you today about kind of current virus and its impact on mental health in general. What kind of impact can you see the current Ivars pandemic and lockdown Having on the UK as a whole mentally question. I really think about it in two pots. So the first part is the mental health impacts of the virus itself the different aspects to this one is of course the reality of the danger of the virus and degree of risk. We're under in catching an if we catch it. Risk of having complications than dying so in order for us to maintain a reasonable balance in maintaining our fears. Contextualising our fears. We have to keep that understanding that risk In perspective right so we know that is probably around. One percent is higher in the elderly than in the younger. You what we have to be careful with. Our media is constantly stoking fear. One way you do that is what is doing at the moment which is to constantly talk about individual cases and Mrs Blogs and Mrs Is Jeffrey. Now these are all extremely tragic cases but what it probably does is do more to stimulate quota anxiety because it brings it very close to. You sow personally doesn't really you know. The fact of the matter is six hundred thousand people die in this country every year and every one of them would have a story to tell you. The relatives will have story to tell you the wife struggle with breast cancer. You know the child that got leukemia. So these stories are always death is always going to tell us that story so the question. We have to be able to deal with his. If we're hearing these stories all the time it's going to stimulate out quite a lot of grief squad stress in US. Quello panic said pod. The first part of the issue is how. Can we create an environment where we keep our sense of threat? Under proportion we've done constantly stimulate this identification with victims whom he can do absolutely nothing. I mean that is worry I have and people get caught up in so that that's quite an important. I think Paul is that it's this invisible threat and people don't necessarily know everything about there's a lot of kind of fear of if you go. Outside bad things will happen. How do you deal with that mentally? Because that is it is true that we should be staying inside but at the same time. It's not this big horrible evil thing. That will definitely tacky. How'd you manage that mentally brilliant point? I mean that is exactly the point about it up so I mean I assure you haven't been standing in queues. No To me to distance of course listening to people talking and they some of them are really think that if they get it. It's it is a death sentence right. Well yeah that's a tragedy tragedy one of the things we've tried to do in. The mastermind publishes to help people focus on the fact that for on the Compassionate our intention which is to be where I actually there are people who are working risking their own lives to save you so my focus is should I get the virus and I have a complication than there. Are PEOPLE OUT THERE? Who Risk that lies to save me and focusing on this compassion holding being held in a compassionate community by people who will do everything they can to save you. I think is a way in which we can orientate not away from the fear and help us contain the fear. Just me and I gotTA protect myself and if I get it I'm dead. It's it's it's not bad and the other points made time. Is that most of most of the lock down to save up as with saving vulnerable when we are not so much risk running vulnerable cosmonaut inviolable people. Young people do die but Generally speaking at the risk is too outerly of those who have underlined. How condition set lockdown is for the benefit of others so we have to keep those two compassion prices. I'm doing this for the benefit of this and should something happen to me. There's these wonderful people out there who work to save me and we hold those two compassion ideas rather than focus on the fear that I get it dead. If he'd held the two compassionate is this. Will that fear a little bit? Not which is a huge deal. It's about not being terrifying to go outside all scared of fat. It's knowing that you're doing this for the good of other people I mean. That's what kind of impact do you think that? You'll look down. Measures and social distancing will have on people in terms loneliness and maybe exacerbating existing mental health problems. While I think it's brilliant question. Absolutely nobody knows. I mean it's never been done before anywhere it in the world ever now. We did a lot of research Some years ago will be calling trapping. The people have a sense of being trapped. An entrapment is associated with all kinds of stress and mental health problems. We don't know because there's no studies on at the moment. The degree to which the the inability or the foul inability to go out was in a lot of mental health but we suspect that anxiety and depression will be going quite radically quite quickly. From the very fact of being trapped the expensive entrapment itself the inability to get out. Get Away in a is is a back. Then you've got the effect of the entrapment on relationships. So we know that domestic violence is scaring up very tragic very as a tip of a huge iceberg because when people try they become the become frayed. So there's probably in many many children who are on the receiving end of their parents stress Alabama and so on so we done longtime impact on kids. We do night as an increase in things. Like nightmares and children were south starting to get anxious about gain out this some of the stuff. We have It's So you got issue in to south. Then you've got the issue in trombone relationships. The what the impact that has a relationship. Then you have the impact of the lockdown in terms of people's worrying about the future me. Now they're to have a job to go back to this. Some people like me like many causes. Earth Got Nice Hospice Mugabe. Before other people entrapment or on small plots and so on and so on. So it's a it's a serious issue that we don't really understand we diammonium stand with. We're going to definitely have an epidemic of Southcom. That's already on the way Prussians already on the way anxiety. That's already on the way we don't know what's going to happen to as a obsessive compulsive disorder. People very worried about infections. That probably got. We don't know what's going to happen to aggregate. I will probably get A. We don't know what's going to happen to people's pass deal safely safe with others close by how quickly Some people will get feel okay with being close to his again so so many unknowns but what we do know almost was shore. It's GonNa be pretty horrendous. I think a lot of people think once lockdown is done everything will go back to normal everything we find defeat be long lasting effects. This long beyond just went lockdown is over on this is a scarring some people. They will come out of his quite traumatized. reasons. I'm one of the things I think is really quite interesting and something that the government should be thinking about. I'm is mocking the end of lockdown with celebrations street parties. And so you know maybe pop conscious of bring were banned aging bringing people together The problem we've got in doing the however is that lockdown does not get rid of the virus lockdown stop flow of patients into hospitals. And the moment you release people from knock down. The virus is still there. I will be much threat. Come out of lockdown as before I went into it. 'cause AVARS isn't going away. I'm changed the flow into hospitals. Hospitals will be into Kate with cases if you're three so I think that's a very important point. We know when lockdown finishes we don't know and the risk will actually come to how quickly this forest will spread through the community will get herd immunity. All get a vaccine we just. That's tricky so those are two things really. The lockout is one thing but then the degree to which people feel threatened by the virus and can get back into everyday.

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"university queensland" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"university queensland" Discussed on WTVN

"Latest numbers which is worldwide two hundred and sixty seven thousand nine hundred twenty eleven thousand one hundred and eighty seven deaths are a full third fully recovered expected that the vast overwhelming majority will recover and I I just it has to be some perspective with these numbers because numbers are scary just like all my gosh we went up experts sent today well more testing is happening that's the whole idea of this fifteen day period and when you look at for example there were let's go back to two thousand nine and ten H. one N. one we had sixty point eight million Americans the contracted that that was a worldwide pandemic we had a year twelve thousand and what we have four hundred and sixty seven hundred sixty nine Americans die hundreds of Americans were hospitalized as a result and so what even you're seeing in in China South Korea is this dramatic increase that a precipitous drop off the big reason that Italy and Europe has had a bigger problem is they have direct flights from Wuhan province into Italy direct and apparently there's like a hundred thousand people go back and forth in the textile industry and the correlating our industries associated with this that that is part of the reason they have had the greater struggle here obviously you know we're looking at this in the United States and this is what makes this travel ban so okay this is what we're not overloading the hospital systems thanks to the public private partnership in the and now we're beginning to put out drive up testing I think that's important the FDA rule changes that is important and I think as we go further we can see that all these you know American companies are just rising to the occasion in ways we've never seen before again the clerk when I first I've I was getting words from some of my sources FDA looking into different things and then I I Google that I found Clark went two days ago I read it on air with this does one study in consultation with Stanford medical schools etcetera my wow but we're now seeing in this is congressman mark green he's pointing out but again this is preliminary but it certainly is the hope that I think Americans should have rightly so International Studies China Australia France like Laura Quinn with is it from my S. N. is a hundred percent effective in treating corona especially if it's not even in pill form but if it is on a night V. it's even working better then of course I've been discussing in great detail after yesterday the convalescent plasma does that get corona and they get well and you take the blood plasma and it has the antibodies for corona and those that are even very sick the early signs are that once they get an IV that dramatic shifts and changes are are helping those that are even the sickest on the economic side we have all these companies now saying the in the pharmaceutical industry Hey we're we're upping our production of of Clark when you got the name is going to be familiar with so get used to it we have Amazon dot com Walmart and other companies now now say they're gonna be hiring hundreds of thousands of people how cool is that that's awesome doctor found G. a member took years to get the the virus sequences in the past well we already have within months a corona virus trial has begun in the U. S. that is a really positive update for everybody and they have all volunteers in the experimental test program that's that's an update as well I was been shortages of pure rail we now know distilleries around America but bureau has to be for it to work sixty percent alcohol now we have distilleries they are now making their own hand sanitizers and given away for free that's a great Americans are unbelievable Johns Hopkins researchers saying that the any bodies that are recovered this is an update to the plasma issue that I've been telling you about but the vaccine being tested in Seattle isn't the only potential treatment Johns Hopkins as has been reviving a century old blood derived treatment for use in the US and the hopes of of the still slowing the spread and keep helping to get people well and that's using the antibodies from the blood plasma up or the serum of people that are recovered that is now happening south Korea's outbreak is finally turned the corner and abating according to news reports that I read earlier today and Reuters among them that the new infections the recovery cases new infections on Hey let me read it South Korea recorded more culvert nineteen recovery cases on March six the new infections for the first time since it began and that has been now happening on a more dramatic scale well I'm not even talk about China was so angry with them or strategy and researchers attesting to other drugs as potential chores for the virus all good news university Queensland center clinical research they found two different medications both of which are registered and available in Australia and apparently in their early studies of completely wiped out traces of the disease and test tubes now they're going to begin I think the process of human trials in that case I wanna know about another great American business what about uber eats when I first ask you to download on my phone uber eats when the what like two months ago I'm so stupid I'm behind the curve anyway and I've only used it like once or twice but they're now supporting the restaurant industry by waving all delivery fees for a hundred thousand restaurants pretty awesome we have Dutch and Canadian researchers reporting additional breakthrough research on this why we call it facts without fear we're trying to give the information that is helpful and to keep it in perspective I mean when you have penned them when you have tens of thousands of Americans die from the flu every year is that we like that of course not and when you when you have information that gives some perspective that's important too so that people understand okay we lost up to five hundred seventy five thousand people in the last pandemic other pandemics we've lost a lot more and then you see all of this is good that is now coming to fruition and and frankly I think we're really we're rewriting the entire book some pandemic's going forward right now you're watching history unfold the president is not going to order a nationwide corona shut down I know there's been a lot of stuff on the internet about this president also praising all governors in Washington state California New York and Florida Midwest that them and places that are having more of a break up places that are not and he said he's not considering it now should national lockdown okay take it from him and not some dope you know keyboard warrior in his underwear trying to fuel fear Anthony Fauci said that as it relates to California governor Newsom made some very important difficult decisions for Hammond governor Cuomo did today and he'll join us at the top of the next hour for New York forty percent of the cases are in this state where I am right now all all the masks have been ordered all the ventilators are even are now getting in place the house they be hospital ships now one to the east coast one going to the west coast I don't think Medicare for all's acting particularly well now there's a lot of questions out there for example what do we do if you think you were exposed to the virus there's different points of view on that I saw and read in one particular place according to a doctor Jana's emergency physician Matt mass general in Boston Massachusetts General it could take as long as fourteen days for the symptoms to emerge in other words if you think you're exposed you really got to pay close attention but even if you got the test early on it it might not be the accurate test you gotta go through the fourteen day he had before you would know for sure if whether you have it because if all of a sudden say it you get it on day two the test if you think it might have been exposed you gonna have to get it again fourteen days later I've talked to people about the test they said it is brutal they take a swab they shove it deep into your nose takes a hard right turn your eye socket and it hurts I talked to one guy said mass tear it up it was so hard to get just you know just giving your facts without fear of the worst thing in our life I should tell the story about what Dr Coburn did to me that one day when the thing I don't think people would like that yeah there's no fear there that was lovely what you just as hard no no there's no fear there no you know the one I'm talking about thirteen eight of thirteen groaning as not I know had said that he goes that's die that's not blood I'm like oh okay I don't know why some people are ignoring social distancing advice and not listening to the task force I don't even know what to say about them there's an interesting A. P. story about quarantine shaming are you know I'm just telling you for the for the interest if you're young and healthy and even though now we're discovering for the first time that yeah young people can now get this we did not know that up until this British guy comes out and says we're not paying attention to this look here and now the CDC is confirmed at this week you should pay attention to it but if nothing else what are you doing for grandma and grandpa that might be sick underlying conditions or compromised immune systems do it for them I'm anyway all overseas travels obviously stopped I'll let the psychiatrist deal with you know people that a motion league are very distraught fearing the virus more than anything else you know I just I live a life that is you know what honestly I just you cannot live your life in fear live your life smartly make smart decisions be strategic listen you know if you wear gloves and a mask guess what if you put if you touch your nose you might remind yourself yeah I don't like the feel like love stuff like that to smart things you can do fear is not going to help you realistic strategic listening being smart that's going to help you I'm I'm hearing that truckers are gonna get the help that they need that is critical because they are our first responders and all of our groceries and all of our medicines come via truck I gotta give a tip of the hat to the grocers around the country because they have all gotten on board they've been talking to the president and they are they're moving heaven and earth to keep the shelves filled that's all good news for those now I know for a lot of you and I'm talking about some of my best friends in this life that okay restaurants are closed now I mentioned some of my favorite restaurants and my favorite pizza place Mario's and everything in between and my favorite Chinese place now here's the thing a lot of these stores are offering service we can drive up pick it up and get out and use it there have or the setting up delivery services for the first time if.

"university queensland" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"university queensland" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Numbers which is worldwide two hundred and sixty seven thousand nine hundred twenty eleven thousand one hundred and eighty seven deaths are a full third fully recovered expected that the vast overwhelming majority will recover and I I just it has to be some perspective with these numbers because numbers are scary just like all my gosh what a fixed percent today well more testing is happening that's the whole idea of this fifteen day period and when you look at for example there were we'll go back to two thousand nine and ten H. one N. one we had sixty point eight million Americans the contracted that that was a worldwide pandemic we had a year twelve thousand and what we have four hundred and sixty seven hundred sixty nine Americans die hundreds of Americans were hospitalized as a result and so what even you're seeing in in China South Korea is this dramatic increase that a precipitous drop off the big freeze in that Italy and Europe has had a bigger problem is they have direct flights from Wuhan province into Italy direct and apparently there's like a hundred thousand people go back and forth in the textile industry and the correlating our industries associated with this that that is part of the reason they have had the greater struggle here obviously you know we're looking at this in the United States and this is what makes this travel ban so okay this is what we're not alone in the hospital systems thanks to the public private partnership in the and now we're beginning to put out drive up testing I think that's important the FDA rule changes that is important and I think as we go further we can see that all these you know American companies are just rising to the occasion in ways we've never seen before again the clerk when I first I've I was getting words from some of my sources FDA looking into different things and then I I Google that I found Clark went two days ago I I read it on air with is the one study in consultation with Stanford medical school center Mike wow but we're now seeing in this is congressman mark green he's pointing out but again this is preliminary but it certainly is the hope that I think Americans should have rightly so International Studies China Australia France like Laura Quinn with is it from my S. N. is a hundred percent effective in treating corona especially if it's not even in pill form but if it is on a night V. it's even working better then of course I've been discussing in great detail after yesterday the convalescent plasma does that get corona and they get well and you take the blood plasma and it has the antibodies for corona and those that are even very sick the early signs are that once they get an IV that dramatic shifts and changes are are helping those that are even the sickest on the economic side we have all these companies now saying the in the pharmaceutical industry Hey we're we're upping our production of of Clark when you got it's a name you gonna be familiar let's we'll get used to it we have Amazon dot com Walmart and other companies now announcing they're gonna be hiring hundreds of thousands of people how how cool is that that's awesome Dr Fauci a member took years to get the the virus sequences in the past what we already have within months a coronavirus trial has begun in the U. S. that is a really positive update for everybody and they have our volunteers in the experimental test program that's that's an update as well I does been shortages of pure rail we now know distilleries around America but bureau has to be for it to work sixty percent alcohol now we have distilleries they are now making their own hand sanitizers and given away for free that's a great Americans are unbelievable Johns Hopkins researchers say that the any bodies that are recovered this is an update to the plasma issue that I've been telling you about but the vaccine being tested in Seattle isn't the only potential treatment Johns Hopkins as has been reviving a century old blood derived treatment for use in the US and the hopes of of the still slowing the spread and keep helping to get people well and that's using the antibodies from the blood plasma up or the serum of people that are recovered that is now happening south Korea's outbreak is finally turned the corner and abating according to news reports that I read earlier today and Reuters among them that the new infections the recovery cases new infections on Hey let me read it South Korea recorded more Colbert nineteen recovery cases on March six the new infections for the first time since it began and that has been now happening on a more dramatic scale R. O. I'm not gonna talk about China so angry with them or strategy and researchers attesting to other drugs as potential chores for the virus all good news university Queensland center clinical research they found two different medications both of which are registered and available in Australia and apparently in their early studies of completely wiped out traces of the disease and test tubes now they're going to begin I think the process of human trials in that case I wanna know about another great American business what about uber eats when I first ask you to download on my phone uber eats Linda what like two months ago I'm so stupid in behind the curve anyway and I've only used it like once or twice but they're now supporting the restaurant industry by waving all delivery fees for a hundred thousand restaurants pretty awesome we have Dutch and Canadian researchers reporting additional breakthrough research on this why we call it facts without fear we're trying to give the information that is helpful and to keep it in perspective I mean when you have penned them when you have tens of thousands of Americans die from the flu every year is that we like that of course not and when you when you have information that gives some perspective that's important too so that people understand okay we lost up to five hundred seventy five thousand people in the last pandemic other pandemics we've lost a lot more and then you see all of this is good that is now coming to fruition and and frankly I think we're really we're rewriting the entire book some pandemic's going forward right now you're watching history unfold the president is not going to order a nationwide corona shut down I know there's been a lot of stuff on the internet about this president also praising our governors in Washington state California New York and Florida Midwest that and and places that are having more of a break up places that are not and he said he's not considering it now should national lockdown okay take it from him and not some dope you know keyboard warrior in his underwear trying to fuel fear Anthony Fauci said that as it relates to California governor Newsom made some very important difficult decisions for Hammond governor Cuomo did today he'll join us at the top of the next hour for New York forty percent of the cases are in this state where I am right now all all the masks have been ordered all the ventilators are even are now getting in place the Haas navy hospital ships now one to the east coast one going to the west coast I don't think Medicare for all is acting particularly well now there's a lot of questions out there for example what do we do if you think you were exposed to the virus there's different points of view on that I saw and read in one particular place according to a doctor Jana's emergency physician Matt mass general in Boston Massachusetts General it could take as long as fourteen days for the symptoms to emerge in other words if you think you're exposed you really got to pay close attention but even if you got the test early on it it might not be the accurate test you gotta go through the fourteen day you had before you would know for sure if whether you have it because if all of a sudden say it you get it on day two the test if you think it might have been exposed you gonna have to get it again fourteen days later I've talked to people about the test they said it is brutal they take a swab they shove it deep into your nose takes a hard right turn your eye socket and it hurts I talked to one guy said math tear it up it was so hard to get just you know just giving your facts without fear of the worst thing in our life I should tell the story about what Dr Coburn did to me that one day when the thing I don't think people would like that yeah there's no fear there that was lovely what you just as hard no no there's no fear there no you know the one I'm talking about thirteen eight of thirteen grow because I don't know who said that he goes that's die that's not blood I'm like oh okay I don't know why some people are ignoring social distancing advice and not listening to the task force I don't even know what to say about them there's an interesting A. P. story about quarantine shaming are you know I'm just telling you for the for the interest if you're young and healthy and even though now we're discovering for the first time that yeah young people can now get this we did not know that up until this British guy comes out and says we're not paying attention to this look here and now the CDC is confirmed at this week you should pay attention to it but if nothing else what are you doing for grandma and grandpa that might be sick underlying conditions or compromised immune systems do it for them I'm anyway all overseas travels obviously stopped I'll let the psychiatrist deal with you know people that of a motion league are very distraught fearing the virus more than anything else you know I just I live a life that is you know what honestly I just you cannot live your life in fear live your life smartly make smart decisions be strategic listen you know if you wear gloves and a mask guess what if you put if you touch your nose you might remind yourself yeah I don't like the feel like love stuff like that to smart things that you can do fear is not going to help you realistic strategic listening being smart that's going to help you I'm I'm hearing that truckers are gonna get the help that they need that is critical because they are our first responders and all of our groceries and all of our medicines come via truck R. I gotta give a tip of the hat to the grocers around the country because they have all gotten on board they've been talking to the president and they are they're moving heaven and earth to keep the shelves filled that's all good news for those now I know for a lot of you and I'm talking about some of my best friends in this life that okay restaurants are closed now I mentioned some of my favorite restaurants and my favorite pizza place Mario's and everything in between and my favorite Chinese place now here's the thing a lot of these stores are offering service we can drive up pick it up and get out and use it there have or the setting up delivery services for the first time if.

"university queensland" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:20 min | 1 year ago

"university queensland" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Hour eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program so giving you the latest numbers which is worldwide two hundred and sixty seven thousand nine hundred twenty eleven thousand one hundred and eighty seven deaths are a full third fully recovered expected that the vast overwhelming majority will recover and I I just it has to be some perspective with these numbers because numbers are scary to me just like all my gosh we went up X. percent today what more testing is happening that's the whole idea of this fifteen day period I'm and when you look at for example there were but we go back to two thousand nine and ten H. one N. one we had sixty point eight million Americans the contracted that that was a worldwide pandemic we had a year twelve thousand and what we have four hundred and sixty seven hundred sixty nine Americans die hundreds of Americans were hospitalized as a result and so what even you're seeing in in China South Korea is this dramatic increase that a precipitous drop off the big reason that Italy and Europe has had a bigger problem is they have direct flights from Wuhan province into Italy direct and apparently there's like a hundred thousand people go back and forth in the textile industry and the correlating our industries associated with this that that is part of the reason they have had the greater struggle here obviously you know we're looking at this in the United States and this is what makes this travel ban so okay this is what we're not overloading the hospital systems thanks to the public private partnership in the and now we're beginning to put out drive up testing I think that's important the FDA rule changes that is important and I think as we go further we can see that all these you know American companies are just rising to the occasion in ways we've never seen before again the clerk when I first I thought I was getting words from some of my sources FDA looking into different things and then I I Google that I found Clark went two days ago I read I read it on air with is the one study in consultation with Stanford medical schools etcetera my wow but we're now seeing in this is congressman mark green he's pointing out but again the this is preliminary but it certainly is the hope that I think Americans should have rightly so International Studies China Australia France like Laura Quinn with is it from my S. N. is a hundred percent effective in treating corona especially if it's not even in pill form but if it is a night V. it's even working better then of course I've been discussing a great detail after yesterday the convalescent plasma does that get corona and they get well and you take the blood plasma and it has the antibodies for corona and those that are even very sick the early signs are that once they get an IV that dramatic shifts and changes are are helping those that are even the sickest on the economic side we have all these companies now saying the in the pharmaceutical industry Hey we're we're upping our production of of Clark when you got it's a name you gonna be familiar what's so get used to it we have Amazon dot com Walmart on and other companies now now say they're gonna be hiring hundreds of thousands of people I how cool is that that's awesome Dr Fauci a member took years to get the the virus sequences in the past well we already have within months a coronavirus trial has begun in the U. S. that is a really positive update for everybody and they have our volunteers in the experimental test program that's that's an update as well I does been shortages of pure rail we now know distilleries around America but bureau has to be for it to work sixty percent alcohol now we have distilleries they are now making their own hand sanitizers and given away for free that's a great Americans are unbelievable Johns Hopkins researchers saying that the any bodies that are recovered this is an update to the plasma issue that I've been telling you about but the vaccine being tested in Seattle isn't the only potential treatment Johns Hopkins as has been reviving a century old blood derived treatment for use in the US and the hopes is still slowing the spread and keep helping to get people well and that's using the antibodies from the blood plasma up or the serum of people that are recovered that is now happening south Korea's outbreak is finally turned the corner and abating according to news reports that I read earlier today and Reuters among them that the new infections the recovery cases new infections on Hey let me read it South Korea recorded more Colbert nineteen recovery cases on March six the new infections for the first time since it began and that has been now happening on a more dramatic scale R. O. I'm not gonna talk about China I'm so angry with them or strategy and researchers attesting to other drugs as potential chores for the virus all good news university Queensland center clinical research they found two different medications both of which are registered and available in Australia mmhm and apparently in their early studies of completely wiped out traces of the disease and test tubes now they're going to begin I think the process of human trials in that case I wanna know about another great American business what about uber eats when I first ask you to download on my phone uber eats when the what like two months ago I'm so stupid I'm behind the curve anyway and I've only used it like once or twice but they're now supporting the restaurant industry by waving all delivery fees for a hundred thousand restaurants pretty awesome we have Dutch and Canadian researchers reporting additional breakthrough research this is why we call it facts without fear we're trying to give the information that is helpful and to keep it in perspective I mean when you have penned them when you have tens of thousands of Americans die from the flu every year it is that we like that of course not and when you when you have information that gives some perspective that's important too so that people understand okay we lost up to five hundred seventy five thousand people in the last pandemic other pandemics we've lost a lot more and then you see all of this is good that is now coming to fruition and and frankly I think we're really we're rewriting the entire book some pandemic's going forward right now you're watching history unfold the president is not going to order a nationwide corona shut down I know there's been a lot of stuff on the internet about this president also praising our governors in Washington state California New York and Florida the Midwest that M. and places that are having more of a break up places that are not and he said he's not considering it now should national lockdown okay take it from him and not some dope you know keyboard warrior in his underwear trying to fuel fear Anthony Fauci said that as it relates to California governor Newsom made some very important difficult decisions for Hammond governor Cuomo did today and he'll join us at the top of the next hour for New York forty percent of the cases are in this state where I am right now all all the masks have been ordered all the ventilators are even are now getting in place the house they be hospital ships now one to the east coast one going to the west coast I don't think Medicare for all is acting particularly well now there's a lot of questions out there for example what do we do if you think you were exposed to the virus there's different points of view on that I saw and read in one particular place according to a doctor Jana's emergency position Matt mass general in Boston Massachusetts General it could take as long as fourteen days for the symptoms to emerge in other words if you think you're exposed you really got to pay close attention but even if you got the test early on it it might not be the accurate test you gotta go through the fourteen day he had before you would know for sure if whether you have it because if all of a sudden say it you get it on day two the test if you think you might have been exposed you gonna have to get it again fourteen days later I've talked to people that have the test they said it is brutal they take a swab they shove it deep into your nose takes a hard right turn your eye socket and it hurts I talked to one guy said math tear it up it was so hard to get just you know just giving your facts without fear of the worst thing in our life I should tell the story about what Dr Coburn did to me that one day when the thing I don't think people would like that yeah there's no fear there that was lovely what you just as hard no no there's no fear there no you know the one I'm talking about thirteen eight of thirteen nine had said that he goes that's die that's not blood I'm like oh okay I don't know why some people are ignoring social distancing advice and not listening to the task force I don't even know what to say about them there's an interesting A. P. story about quarantine shaming are I you know I'm just telling you for the for the interest if you're young and healthy and even though now we're discovering for the first time that yeah young people can now get this we did not know that up until this British guy comes out and says we're not paying attention to this look here and now the CDC is confirmed at this week you should pay attention to it but if nothing else what are you doing for grandma and grandpa that might be sick underlying conditions or compromised immune systems do it for them I'm anyway all overseas travels obviously stopped I'll let the psychiatrist deal with you know people that a motion league are very distraught fearing the virus more than anything else you know I just I live a life that is you know what honestly I just you cannot live your life in fear live your life smartly make smart decisions be strategic listen you know if you wear gloves and a mask guess what if you put if you touch your nose you might remind yourself yeah I don't like the feel like love stuff like that to smart things you can do fear is not going to help you realistic strategic listening being smart that's going to help you I'm I'm hearing that truckers are gonna get the help that they need that is critical because they are our first responders and all of our groceries and all of our medicines come via truck I gotta give a tip of the hat to the grocers around the country because they have all gotten on board they've been talking to the president and they are they're moving heaven and earth to keep the shelves filled that's all good news for those now I know for a lot of you and I'm talking about some of my best friends in this life that okay restaurants are closed now I mentioned some of my favorite restaurants and my favorite pizza place Mario's and everything in between and my favorite Chinese place now here's the thing a lot of these stores are offering service we can drive a pick it up and get out and use it there have or the setting up delivery services for the first time.

Sean
"university queensland" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"university queensland" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You the latest numbers which is worldwide two hundred and sixty seven thousand nine hundred twenty eleven thousand one hundred and eighty seven deaths a full third fully recovered expected that the vast overwhelming majority will recover and I I just it has to be some perspective with these numbers because numbers are scary and you're just like oh my gosh what affects percent today what more testing is happening that's the whole idea of this fifteen day period and when you look at for example there were let's go back to two thousand nine and ten H. one N. one we had sixty point eight million Americans the contracted that that was a worldwide pandemic we had a year twelve thousand and what we have for nine sixty seven of sixty nine Americans die hundreds of Americans were hospitalized as a result and so what even you're seeing in in China South Korea is this dramatic increase than a precipitous drop off the big reason that Italy and Europe has had a bigger problem is they had direct flights from Wuhan province into Italy direct and apparently there's like a hundred thousand people go back and forth in the textile industry on the correlating our industries associated with this that that is part of the reason they have had the greater struggle here obviously you know we're looking at this in the United States and this is what makes this travel ban so okay this is what we're not overloading the hospital systems thanks to the public private partnership in the and now we're beginning to put out drive up testing I think that's important the FDA rule changes that is important and I think as we go further we can see that all these you know American companies are just rising to the occasion in ways we've never seen before again the clerk when I first I've I was getting words from some of my sources FDA looking into different things and then I I Google that I found Clark went two days ago I read it on air this does one study in consultation with Stanford medical school Saturday night wow but we're now seeing in this is congressman mark green he's pointing out but again this is preliminary but it certainly is the hope that I think Americans should have rightly so International Studies China Australia France like Laura Quinn with is it from my S. and is a hundred percent effective in treating corona especially if it's not even in pill form but if it is on a night V. it's even working better then of course I've been discussing a great detail after yesterday the convalescent plasma does that get corona and they get well and you take the blood plasma and it has the antibodies for corona and those that are even very sick the early signs are that once they get an IV that dramatic shifts and changes are are helping those that are even the sickest on the economic side we have all these companies now saying the in the pharmaceutical industry Hey we're we're upping our production of of Clark when you got its name is going to be familiar with so get used to it we have Amazon dot com Walmart and other companies now now so they're gonna be hiring hundreds of thousands of people how cool is that that's awesome doctor found G. a member took years to get the the virus sequences in the past what we already have within months a corona virus trial has begun in the U. S. that is a really positive update for everybody and they have volunteers in the experimental test program that's that's an update as well and it was been shortages of pure rail we now know distilleries around America but bureau has to be for it to work sixty percent alcohol now we have distilleries they're now making their own hand sanitizers and given away for free that's a great Americans are unbelievable Johns Hopkins researchers saying that the any bodies that are recovered this is an update to the plasma issue that I've been telling you about but the vaccine being tested in Seattle isn't the only potential treatment Johns Hopkins as has been removed fiving a century old blood derived treatment for use in the US and the hopes of the still slowing the spread and keep helping to get people well and that's using the antibodies from the blood plasma up or the serum of people that are recovered that is now happening south Korea's outbreak is finally turned the corner and abating according to news reports that I read earlier today and Reuters among them that the new infections the recovery cases no infections on Hey let me read it because South Korea recorded more culvert nineteen recovery cases on March six the new infections for the first time since it began and that has been now happening on a more dramatic scale well I'm not gonna talk about China so angry with them Australian researchers attesting to other drugs as potential chores for the virus all good news university Queensland center clinical research they found two different medications both of which are registered in available in Australia and apparently in their early studies of completely wiped out traces of the disease and test tubes now they're going to begin I think the process of human trials in that case you wanna know about another great American business what about uber eats when I first ask you to download on my phone uber eats when there were like two months ago I'm so stupid I'm behind the curve anyway and I've only used it like once or twice but they're now supporting the restaurant industry by waving all delivery fees for a hundred thousand restaurants pretty awesome we have Dutch and Canadian researchers reporting additional breakthrough research on this why we call it facts without fear we're trying to give the information that is helpful and keep it in perspective I mean when you have penned them when you have tens of thousands of Americans die from the flu every year is that we like that of course not and when you when you have information that gives some perspective that's important too so that people understand okay we lost up to five hundred seventy five thousand people in the last pandemic other pandemics we've lost a lot more and then you see all of this is good that is now coming to fruition and and frankly I think we're really we're rewriting the entire book some pandemic's going forward right now you're watching history unfold the president is not going to order a nationwide corona shut down I know there's been a lot of stuff on the internet about this resident also praising governors in Washington state California New York and Florida Midwest that and and places that are having more of a break up places that are not and he said he's not considering it now should national lockdown okay take it from him and not some dope you know keyboard warrior in his underwear trying to fuel fear Anthony Fauci said that as it relates to California governor Newsom made some very important difficult decisions for him and governor Cuomo did today and he'll join us at the top of the next hour for New York forty percent of the cases are in this state where I am right now all all the masks have been ordered all the ventilators are even are now getting in place the house navy hospital ships now one to the east coast one going to the west coast I don't think Medicare for all is acting particularly well now there's a lot of questions out there for example what we do if you think you were exposed to the virus there's different points of view on that I saw and read in one particular place according to a doctor Jana's emergency position Matt mass general in Boston Massachusetts General it could take as long as fourteen days for the symptoms to emerge in other words if you think you're exposed you're really on pay close attention but even if you got the test early on if it might not be the accurate test you gotta go through the fourteen day he had before you would know for sure if whether you have it because if all of a sudden say it you get it on day two the test if you think it might have been exposed you gonna have to get it again fourteen days later I've talked to people that have the test they said it is brutal they take a swab they shove it deep into your nose takes a hard right turn your eye socket and it hurts I talked to one guy said man I was tearing up it was so hard to get just you know just giving your facts without fear it's not the worst thing in our life I should tell the story about what Dr Coburn said to me that one day when the thing I don't think people would like that yeah there's no fear that was lovely what you just installed no no there's no fear there no you know the one I'm talking about thirteen eight of thirteen because I don't know has said that he does that style that's not blood I'm like oh okay I don't know why some people are ignoring social distancing advice and not listening to the task force I don't even know what to say about them there's an interesting A. P. story about quarantine shaming I you know I'm just telling you for the for the interest if you're young and healthy and even though now we're discovering for the first time that yeah young people can now get this we did not know that up until this British guy comes out and says we're not paying attention to this look here and now the CDC is confirmed at this week you should pay attention to it but if nothing else what do you do for grandma and grandpa that might be sick underlying conditions or compromised immune systems do it for them anyway all overseas travels obviously stopped I'll let the psychiatrist deal with you know people that are emotionally are very distraught fearing the virus more than anything else you know I just I live a life that is you know I honestly I just you cannot live your life in fear but live your life smartly make smart decisions be strategic listen you know if you wear gloves and a mask guess what if you put if you touch your nose you might remind you something I don't like the feel like love stuff like that to smart things you can do fear is not going to help you realistic strategic listening being smart that's going to help you I'm hearing that truckers are gonna get the help that they need that is critical because they are our first responders and all of our groceries and all of our medicines come via truck I gotta give a tip of the hat to the grocers around the country because they have all gotten on board they've been talking to the president and they are they're moving heaven and earth to keep the shelves filled that's all good news for those now I know for a lot of you and I'm talking about some of my best friends in this life that okay restaurants are closed now I mentioned some of my favorite restaurants and my favorite pizza place Mario's and everything in between and my favorite Chinese place now here's the thing a lot of these stores are offering service we can drive a pick it up and get out and use it there have or the setting up delivery services for the first time if.

"university queensland" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:20 min | 1 year ago

"university queensland" Discussed on KTOK

"Hour eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program so giving you the latest numbers which is worldwide two hundred and sixty seven thousand nine hundred twenty eleven thousand one hundred and eighty seven deaths are a full third fully recovered expected that the vast overwhelming majority will recover and I I just it has to be some perspective with these numbers because numbers are scary just like all my gosh we went up experts sent today well more testing is happening that's the whole idea of this fifteen day period and when you look at for example there were but we go back to two thousand nine and ten H. one N. one we had sixty point eight million Americans the contracted that that was a worldwide pandemic we had a year twelve thousand and what we have four hundred and sixty seven hundred sixty nine Americans die hundreds of Americans were hospitalized as a result and so what even you're seeing in in China South Korea is this dramatic increase that a precipitous drop off the big freeze in that Italy and Europe has had a bigger problem is they have direct flights from Wuhan province into Italy direct and apparently there's like a hundred thousand people go back and forth in the textile industry on the correlating our industries associated with this that that is part of the reason they have had the greater struggle here obviously you know we're looking at this in the United States and this is what makes this travel ban so okay this is what we're not alone in the hospital systems thanks to the public private partnership in the and now we're beginning to put out drive up testing I think that's important the FDA rule changes that is important and I think as we go further we can see that all these you know American companies are just rising to the occasion in ways we've never seen before again the clerk when I first I thought I was getting words from some of my sources FDA looking into different things and then I I Google that I found Clark went two days ago I read it on air with this does one study in consultation with Stanford medical school ceramide wow but we're now seeing in this is congressman mark green he's pointing out but again this is preliminary but it certainly is the hope that I think Americans should have rightly so International Studies China Australia France like Laura Quinn with is it from my S. N. is a hundred percent effective in treating corona especially if it's not even in pill form but if it is on a night V. it's even working better then of course I've been discussing a great detail after yesterday the convalescent plasma does that get corona and they get well and you take the blood plasma and it has the antibodies for corona and those that are even very sick the early signs are that once they get an IV that dramatic shifts and changes are are helping those that are even the sickest on the economic side we have all these companies now saying the in the pharmaceutical industry Hey we're we're upping our production of of Clark when you got the name is going to be familiar with so get used to it we have Amazon dot com Walmart on and other companies now now say they're gonna be hiring hundreds of thousands of people how how cool is that that's awesome Dr Fauci a member took years to get the the virus sequences in the past what we already have within months a coronavirus trial has begun in the U. S. that is a really positive update for everybody and they have our volunteers in the experimental test program that's that's an update as well I does been shortages of pure rail we now know distilleries around America but bureau has to be for it to work sixty percent alcohol now we have distilleries they are now making their own hand sanitizers and given away for free that's a great Americans are unbelievable Johns Hopkins researchers saying that the any bodies that are recovered this is an update to the plasma issue that I've been telling you about but the vaccine being tested in Seattle isn't the only potential treatment Johns Hopkins as has been reviving a century old blood derived treatment for use in the US and the hopes of of the still slowing the spread and keep helping to get people well and that's using the antibodies from the blood plasma up or the serum of people that are recovered that is now happening south Korea's outbreak is finally turned the corner and abating according to news reports that I read earlier today and Reuters among them that the new infections the recovery cases new infections on Hey let me read it because South Korea recorded more covert nineteen recovery cases on March six the new infections for the first time since it began and that has been now happening on a more dramatic scale I'm not gonna talk about China I'm so angry with them or strategy and researchers attesting to other drugs as potential chores for the virus all good news university Queensland center clinical research they found two different medications both of which are registered and available in Australia and apparently in their early studies of completely wiped out traces of the disease and test tubes now they're going to begin I think the process of human trials in that case I want to know about another great American business what about uber eats when I first ask you to download on my phone uber eats when there were like two months ago I'm so stupid I'm behind the curve anyway and I've only used it like once or twice but they're now supporting the restaurant industry by waving all delivery fees for a hundred thousand restaurants pretty awesome we have Dutch and Canadian researchers reporting additional breakthrough research on this why we call it facts without fear we're trying to give the information that is helpful and to keep it in perspective I mean when you have penned them when you have tens of thousands of Americans die from the flu every year is that we like that of course not and when you when you have information that gives some perspective that's important too so that people understand okay we lost up to five hundred seventy five thousand people in the last pandemic other pandemics we've lost a lot more and then you see all of this is good that is now coming to fruition and and frankly I think we're really we're rewriting the entire book some pandemic's going forward right now you're watching history unfold the president is not going to order a nationwide corona shut down I know there's been a lot of stuff on the internet about this resident also praising our governors in Washington state California New York and Florida the Midwest that them and places that are having more of a break up places that are not and he said he's not considering it now should national lockdown okay take it from him and not some dope you know keyboard warrior in his underwear trying to fuel fear Anthony Fauci said that as it relates to California governor Newsom made some very important difficult decisions for Hammond governor Cuomo did today he'll join us at the top of the next hour for New York forty percent of the cases are in this state where I am right now all all the masks have been ordered all the ventilators are even are now getting in place the house they be hospital ships now one to the east coast one going to the west coast I don't think Medicare for all's acting particularly well now there's a lot of questions out there for example what do we do if you think you were exposed to the virus there's different points of view on that I saw and read in one particular place according to a doctor Jana's emergency physician Matt mass general in Boston Massachusetts General it could take as long as fourteen days for the symptoms to emerge in other words if you think you're exposed you really got to pay close attention but even if you got the test early on it it might not be the accurate test you gotta go through the fourteen day he had before you would know for sure if whether you have it because if all of a sudden say it you get it on day two the test if you think you might have been exposed you gonna have to get it again fourteen days later I've talked to people about the test they said it is brutal they take a swab they shove it deep into your nose takes a hard right turn your eye socket and it hurts I talked to one guy said mass tear it up it was so hard to get just you know just giving your facts without fear of the worst thing in our life I should tell the story about what Dr Coburn said to me that one day when the thing I don't think people would like that yeah there's no fear there that was lovely what you just as hard no no there's no fear there no you know the one I'm talking about thirteen eight of thirteen groaning as not I know had said that he goes that's die that's not blood I'm like oh okay I don't know why some people are ignoring social distancing advice and not listening to the task force I don't even know what to say about them there's an interesting A. P. story about quarantine shaming are you know I'm just telling you for the for the interest if you're young and healthy and even though now we're discovering for the first time that yeah young people can now get this we did not know that up until this British guy comes out and says we're not paying attention to this look here and now the CDC is confirmed at this week you should pay attention to it but if nothing else what are you doing for grandma and grandpa that might be sick underlying conditions or compromised immune systems do it for them I'm anyway all overseas travels obviously stopped I'll let the psychiatrist deal with you know people that a motion league are very distraught fearing the virus more than anything else you know I just I live a life that is you know what honestly I just you cannot live your life in fear live your life smartly make smart decisions be strategic listen you know if you wear gloves and a mask guess what if you put if you touch your nose you might remind yourself yeah I don't like the feel like love stuff like that to smart things you can do fear is not going to help you realistic strategic listening being smart that's going to help you I'm I'm hearing that truckers are gonna get the help that they need that is critical because they are our first responders and all of our groceries and all of our medicines come via truck I gotta give a tip of the hat to the grocers around the country because they have all gotten on board they've been talking to the president and they are they're moving heaven and earth to keep the shelves filled that's all good news for those now I know for a lot of you and I'm talking about some of my best friends in this life that okay restaurants are closed now I mentioned some of my favorite restaurants and my favorite pizza place Mario's and everything in between and my favorite Chinese place now here's the thing a lot of these stores are offering service we can drive a pick it up and get out and use it there have or the setting up delivery services for the first time.

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"university queensland" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"university queensland" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"T. C. so this is how am I a horrible person works I'm gonna sort of the story I'm gonna tell you what I would do in this situation and you guys get to judge the bejesus out of may and then ninety nine point nine percent of the time it ends with me saying yes you are a horrible person go ahead so there's this awful story from Florida but I can't agree aids a moral dilemma for me so the story is that this guy in Florida fatally shot a couple and then they had the couple step daughter helped bury the bodies in the swamp of Florida it's really screwed up here D. once the sheriff in Florida was trying to put all the pieces together here there was this guy that killed the couple and the step daughter was in on it apparently well then the reason that the everybody was apprehended was the step daughter was trying to sell the deceased couple's truck for two hundred Bucks and they were going on social media saying we got this truck for sale people knew something was up the authorities put two and two together with the the the the guy killed him in the truck the recent kill them in the truck okay and and then they got rid of the bodies here's the moral dilemma that I have would you buy the truck for two hundred Bucks if it was something that you're interested in knowing that a grisly murder took place on the inside of it I was wondering where you're going with that because I think I will forgive you loan money came to me and said Hey I've got this amazing truck over here it's only two hundred Bucks there was an awful homicide that took place on the inside of it I may or may not about a part of it but would you like to buy this for two hundred Bucks I got the papers I got the documents I got the title I got all that kind of stuff it's on the up and up I'm going to sell it to you for two hundred Bucks I think I would buy that but this is the step daughter that got rid of the bodies in wasn't telling people it's an actual murder in the truck right he's trying to unload Florida right right right right she was sure to get rid of the saying I can't even again just like with Donald Trump Michael twist myself into a pretzel trying to interpret what you're saying what are you saying I'm saying I would absolutely buy a truck for two hundred Bucks even if I knew there was an awful homicide that took place on the inside of it just like kind of like people living in a house where where murders have taken place right that wouldn't faze me a bit would not phase me at all that's yeah you're I mean obviously you're awful personnel or personnel I would never buy a truck that had news of murders take place or live in a house where I knowingly I I think they have to disclose that information either way don't you but even if they told me off the record Hey just between you and I there were some awful awful things that took place in here there are some slice and then some Dyson and tell me about the truck doesn't run good because I think it would still be so two three nine ninety three ninety three that's the number two three nine ninety three ninety three am I a horrible person because if the truck was good I would buy it for two hundred Bucks even if I knew there was a grisly homicide that took place in that very truck what if you knew the person that was selling it to you committed the house what will probably then buy it because I want to stay on her good side so I think it's a win win for me I stay on the good side of the homicidal maniac boy and I get a truck that you know might do me some good I can put my DJ gear in there go get two gig might put a kick meal top part in the back I don't know but I think I'm in either way two three nine ninety three ninety three so while our producer T. K. dub screens up the phone calls let me ask you a question I'd as volunteers in London are now asking if they're interested in being infected with the corona virus for forty five hundred dollars in a bid to help some of the scientists find a vaccine so you can volunteer and say Hey I'm a young I'm healthy you can stick that corona virus right my veins for forty five hundred Bucks and then scientists what kind of study you up a little bit trying to figure out the best cure load me up with corona and then study meaning that a price tag is forty five hundred Bucks correct and now again no the answer to both questions no I would not buy his truck if I knew the previous owner was murdered and I would not be knowingly infected with a corona viruses scientists could poke and prod me in hopes that they give the invent some sort of vaccine may already five hundred dollars money and knowing your immune system knowledge you're going to get it one way or the other yesterday I have the immune system of a baby to meet your goal oriented so you might as well get paid for it the good news with the vaccines is like with this coronavirus there are they are working on vaccines there's a university in Australia that as a prototype using new technology Queensland university Queensland Australia so I suppose that's good news I didn't I've had not previously I didn't know they were using human subjects is is is testing for a vaccine I don't know that I could pull the trigger on that so let's go back to the original situation here the am I a horrible person story in my horrible person because I would totally buy a truck from someone even if I knew there was a grisly homicide that took place in that truck let's go to Jeff Jeff welcome the hammer Nigel show my horrible person no you're not actually we have a house down the street from us that is actually that same that a lady died in and I am told I was told by a real estate realtor that they did not have to disclose that now whether that's true or not I do not know that what it was interesting the affect that that he had died in there and I'm like and they you know they read they revamped the house completely and like I said now who knows if they if the new owners know that or not I have no idea Jeff thank you so much let me go to Chris Chris welcome to the hammer and I do show my horrible person absolutely man the not because of the what bother me a bit of somebody got whatever happens in the vehicle but I love the show man thank you Chris said I'm horrible person before he called which was awesome I'm sorry you guys are talking about something I had no idea and do you welcome the hammer Nigel show my horrible person I think in this case or not but I really have to question your judgement if you're gonna buy a check for two hundred Bucks I mean unless you find that the whole mall tenant anybody would question that price tag right all right what's wrong with that thank you come on you're not telling me something here Joe welcome to the show in my horrible person you're not a horrible person if you are it will be horrible together ninety four I bought a house in order end of a cul de sac at a triple murder thanks for sale or amber and my she told that how how did you how did you know there was there was a homicide they have to disclose it but the caller that called earlier they don't have to disclose that if somebody dies but if there's a client okay well gotcha and it it was for sale remember it was one of the very first smart house thank houses that really mental house I got that I sold it make a killing on it because after I I did not disclose the murder and tell I appreciate the phone call my friend thank you if you're on hold sorry we're at a time please don't hate me but keep the conversation going on social media at hammer in Nigel and as for Houston where if you think I'm a horrible person give me that news founder W. 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"university queensland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:12 min | 1 year ago

"university queensland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On biotech nation we often talked about the long term intensive requirements of testing drugs on humans in fact this need drives American companies to find places to conduct studies outside of the United States I only recently learned that one popular place is Australia Chris nave is the CEO and founder of Brandon capital that's true that's true look I think access to pricing to certainly one driver that's that's causing companies to come out to Australia it's been happening for about five years and it actually continues to increase I would say that the volume of companies parking for illustrators continues to increase I think access to patient is one of them but there's some other drivers as well sorry L. regular season game and out after pretty good administration which is out T. L. STI is harmonize with the US if the eyes so diving is generated in the strategy is well accepted by the by the regulator here in the US but also to get approval to go into pipes into the strait takes about half the time so we have let takes about half the time to get approval to go to your first in human study so you do your your pre clinic near in animals get ready and you can get to the study much faster and we know this because we we we run studies both in the industry either in the US and we know it takes about half the time from the from the point of time you submit your papers to get approval to dose the first patient it's about half the time in Australia and and and one of those in terms of months so you look in the U. S. is typically six to nine months from the time that you do you put on your record for following tried to progress a child in a stroller can be sort of three months and part of that is that a guy there's increasing harmonization across a hospital network so one submission through the ethics and retreat committee can give you approval call somewhat network of hospitals and those are these committees make frequently and so your personal prices can be really quite rapid so that's that's that's one of the drives but I think there and there are a number of factors that is that are causing the the box come to strive another one is that L. doubles I'm gonna fight really structure of the US sites so you mainly get a thirty percent discount in the cost of doing a study so that that certainly means something about you wouldn't come to Australia if the diet was inferior we also need clinical care industry there is some cities in the US so yep patients have access to the best therapy is the best drugs in the lightest treatment regimes as they do in America sorry so if you want to sing a drug in Australia you know that that the pi since I get access to other medication in the same way they would in the US and so that's really important so this extra cherry on top of the cake so our government has a research and development tax incentive whereby if your company coming to coming to Australia or destroying company funding research development and strategy for every dollar you spend destroying government gives you another forty threes since forty three point five cents sorry if you come to straighten you spend a million dollars on clinical development the government will give you fordern thirty five thousand dollars in addition to the million dollars and so that's like that's actually a cash dividend and it means effectively lowers the cost of doing it do you work in a stronger inside so that's a real driver as well I think the companies coming to Australia so it it to get that straight if you bring your million dollars they don't give you four hundred and thirty five thousand dollars back the give you four hundred thirty five thousand dollars on top of that to invest in your trials you have to spend the money to get the dividend but correct so if you spend a million the government will then write you a check for four thousand thirty five thousand on top of that million you've already spent you can do anything with the pardon correct for substance to trouble the I had a million dollars posted twenty courage increased research and development efforts in Australia it's been great for our industry's always see initially was that it was developed to try and stimulate the Australian vice nica system it's been pretty good about taking his system and as more more con companies flooded from megacities to take advantage of it at first the gum run show this is a good idea to be to be giving a ride back to the international companies but I think they recognize now that exceeds credit this huge wave of activity that's actually increase the resources available to this stranica system inside it's been a win win another thing that I think is unknown in much of the world is the highly intensive education of the population in Australia you book per capita you have many more masters PhD in the life sciences certainly an across the board in in the science technology and engineering areas than most populations if you go there and you have almost no end it seems of really qualified people more year Australians are much smaller than on the condo there not now we look at we barely speak English we are we are fortunate in that we have a fantastic university system in fact we'll we'll just talking about this outside this interview in that our system enables everyone have access to tertiary education the the government lost all students have to pay for their education the government actually lends students the money to pay for education and then you only paid off once you start working in the future and another fifty thousand dollars a year sorry so it means you don't have to have money to go to get the best education in Australia and there's a really manage why you've been putting the government back throughout your career I seldom interview venture capitalists and it wasn't until today that I realized I actually interviewed people from one of the companies you're found it very popular interview let's retell that story it's a great store I think you must be referring I think two Q. zero which is a technology that we funded out of the university Queensland the and the dom attendance cheating in Queensland which is in northern Australia and and the the why the servicing came about was actually a clinical pathologist was riding his bike to work in the morning and was going into the hospital on his way to work he was actually hoping that the thousands of tubes that it's set up on these automated rada hadn't hadn't been blocked by an incomplete clotted blood sample and what I mean by that is when I when a doctor of nurse take someone's blood they then spin that blood and used chemicals to try and separate the seer which is the clear part of the plot and it sets that they run the tests on to look at different diagnoses but if the patients have been on some form of blood thinning agents like wolf wolf from heaven which increasingly the population is a population ages often you getting complete clotting and so then you get contamination of that serum without us as other parts of the blood in the neck contaminants missing and if you're an incomplete clotted blood sample it connects to contaminate machine meaning that all the all the samples of run through that not have to be replaced as so he was thinking about that and and running running with his bike and suddenly I S. night time in front of the Mexico tangled up in the specs of the spot and so he's rolling along with the slugs flipping around in his in his pocket I don't see she is fraught manage to sort of get the state out of the light wasn't beaten hop back on his bike and then as a doctor and a clinic for soldiers started thinking about with that strike a bit me what would what would have happened in the strategy that the slight van and sort of hit in two directions some of them seem to blood bank enclosed played out and on the stakes have agents that record the culture bought and and kill kill their prey by quoting the blood it's a result of what went through this in his mind and then got to work in and for the for the normal course of his ties to start to think about wow what about if we identify those thanks to have rapid that record clotting proteins and and have a look at what it is within their venom that's causing that and that's how this opportunity come about and so he started working with some researches and I built a bunch of snakes and got the venom and I went to the days of talk time which is one of the most poisonous snakes in the world that record the colts blood and and through a range of studies identified actually that that's one part in particular that's built solely responsible for that quoting without investment we're I would also like that pride and and sorry that actually in very very small amounts each caught blood extremely quickly and gives you beautiful Klay serum and more importantly when you exposes it to blood that's got here for a while for other blood thinning agents its justifications so the call to action isn't blocked by those other drugs which is really important in the clinic if a patient rocks up which is fine the first thing the doctor wants to do is to try and test the blood test but if the wrong will from here from which they probably are because they're probably a risk of heart failure you can't get click complete serum and so we also want to run the tests quickly at the moment I can be stuck not I would call to blot so we're pretty excited so that that that investments going ahead but now making the program completely and and it's actually being tested in the Berkshires of some of the largest budget affections in the world and we think that there is a very good chance that term in the near term it will it will pass on to one of those benefactors and become a standard part of the budgets well the good news is that it's a successful company in this going forward the bad news is that you've you've ruined tourism for the bike industry who is going to take a bike tour in Australia now yeah I mean it's it's look I was I I think I might leave the bike and just run it if it's not if it's in a straight if it's not the stakes in this part of the world poses a deadly it's the crocodile say there's one more number they're gonna get to you guys are very dangerous thank you so much I'll come back and see us again thanks more Chris nave is the CEO and founder of Brandon capital more information is available at Brandon capital dot com dot EDU that's right dot com then dot EDU P. A. U. is for Australia that's Brandon capital dot com dot a you for.

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"university queensland" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

13:49 min | 1 year ago

"university queensland" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"On Nice Loa loa tastes in that the towards electro aspect of the episode awesome with with him he did have a little bit of spurs on both sides in a cup cake tastes so when she was quite interested in eh but we're not did is first dental probably band. It months to ease ago it was severely omb as Ted a spurring piling the Take the tongue it was that bag bed and he'd lost a heap of white so I pretty stoic camel so on backs and a bit like some tale price basis guinea-pigs attend to put up with dental disease for pay period of time but yeah he's still doing well and is is is he's a he's a good he's a good a good fella and expect tall same back in another expensive size so that was one of the one of the cases are so today. AMAC and the other one interestingly Lina was a was a guinea pig which took an eye out so I- blighted one of the is it had had swelling referral swelling under one I that ended up the I became nonfunctional in also sided in very painful and I think today are knocked out to a blight that I and I tracked down a does have dental diseases well this one and it had a big ulceration an abscess that the back of this right on the same side display that I so I'm old. Our couldn't find a track that would lead to the obsess underneath. I stay low Riley. originally developed tossing was related to the Tinto disease so that Guinea pigs are discharged the last patient patient today and it was it was it was diepen. Specht pretty quickly some of these animals after I applied but my big worry with that one stint Toyota's Oh disease and as she identified as as Guinea Pigs can be oncoming absolutely not may aside didn't paint a great pitcher for the Client Tayfun I. We've we've provided God made it relief from the pine from that really horrible horrible angry. I was to interest in some cases. What about yourself. Both we were just doing a bit of a circuit of the local blood spots just trying to catch up while I've being away I I'll I'll read some old friends that I've missed Brendan and so there's an awesome prime minister I chat around the lake and the couple of as you kingfisher's is who very frequently coming pretty close to borrow the bank where I where pox I just touching base with a few who a few old I-i-in mites through today sands perfect sense relaxing now you you are going to jump into into the first news story and it's about who it is about phut end and it's about tom well. I'm always is interested in parasites must admit that when I first became a veterinary professional probably auto infectious disease internal medicine always you're not gonNA chew it every one of those complicated cases but I actually find that I do an awful lot of looking down the microscope at the faecal samples particularly of birds of many other species as well and August long considerable pleasure out of identifying all sorts of things in samples but most especially on wise came to to come across a You know parasites which you know help me solve the animals problem on a sort of most obvious and easy level. I'm about this particular case is he's a has been published in the Guardian. It's the old list parasite DNA yet record and it was found in some prehistoric human stools so fossilized on knee fossilized. I animal droppings are referred to his Co.. Pilots and these pilots found in the southern Andes which I belong to tamers aged at seventeen thousand years ago that they were deposited in the rocks of the southern Andes and that long long before humans are if it got to that part of the world then towards the end of the last ausage I believe and this compact nal and nobly specimen which the oath is lacking in appearance to the root of to a piece of root out of Jinja is a fossilized semi fossilized pace of Puma droppings and it contains is the oldest DNA the oldest parasite DNA. That's yet in discovered the some supposedly surprising rising as long as there's going to have been prejudicing history spectacle of parasites as long as they've been animals. I expect expect little have been parasites of one sort or another but the finding not only confirms that humor's family from the family we have feelings were prowling around the Andes. at the end of the lost are excited about it confirms that they were infested with roundworms so that so you know. I don't know whether they would have actually done fecal float on this. Britain and I think it's probably just been tawny sample. That's been stuck into one of those deny the the tests that Thome Tamed twenty bit of stuff in life on the markets. That's the White House looking for this series of letters gay so so yeah that's a the oldest a piece of Poo from seventy thousand years ago and DNA from I think they even suggest jazz. The time report that the size found eggs that they've rehydrated and save the completely destroying it now they've managed to pick out parasad eggs which were oversaw in shape suggested they were from talks. Curse Lena which stealing infests animals today in the authentification was backed up by the United Rentals. That's right this amazing now. Do you have a cupper light collection at high. Mac died at the moment but I can see that as well as some trying to find some of those. What was the meteorites and or twenty you know the the do need to start begin collection of fossil as animal droppings yes and it reminds me of one of a early episodes shortly? Jernaeus supposed- mine mine topic of discussion market and that that I think this particular article was sentenced by one of entries for our competition. I just off just forgotten that is i. Thank you very much whoever that was your name is in the head for the for the prize draw for next week so my story markets it's well as you can save from the headline for this one. Mark was was perfect for me utterly unreal unreal chaos to help train veg students and I enjoyed this because of the the silly pans in the article but aside because it is at the university the city of Queensland where I could find Bob Donnelly is mark so the university Queensland School of Veterinary Science now has a life sized assimilated cow and calf mark that they using for veterinary students learning experience that the Caton campus they care on the Caliph affect replication to help students essential practical stills have skills and I have a couple of pitchers air in it is indeed. I live saw his this famous bovine them. I am where the opposition I can do everything from pretend what looks on the students is milking the cow. Ab and and doing right tolls on it and I presume that can lend a bit of obstetrical maneuvers area and I've called the county. Did you know about this nine Noriko. Oh I'm I've called the cow Mrs O'Leary because the cow came from the US I expect because where this this particular cows in in in Queensland here in Australia but I've called a cab misses Mrs Leery in the CAF Chatelaine Mukhin or mu for short after two history-making cares from the US SI- missile leary according to the article is the famous care of Catherine. Our leary blamed for Kohl's in the Chicago fire in eighteen seventy one after kicking relented tune in her stable and while the five did start in the leary's by investigators never determine the tree calls fire and it was later revealed that the Kastoria was fake news Mike. You'd love this made up a journalist so the Dr John Reid who was given the honour of night naming the model Kale said I'm hoping this missile leary will be just as famous now but for the right reasons helping students thrive and len critical new skills and the calf which denied Charlene Mukin Omay Oh may for short has been named after fugitive care that game to fame in two thousand and two when she left Ivory Fence at an abattoir in Cincinnati in the US and spent delivered is on the Rod was ran it up and and killed nutshells random arrested is on a farm cy there we go so this is a Holstein cow calf simulate a model mark can doesn't mention how much it costs because it's just amazing acing now. Your son is in what is first year second year especially Second Human Med these they simulate a bottles of various medical facing medical procedures are incredibly expensive usually. I it's amazing how much nights mccreath heading my mind when I read this. The the simulation county had visions of you know a a Hologram type arrangement the chill reality glasses or something like that they say is I will state of the art Canadian Holstein Breed Muddle Kale all potassium. It's a very well. It's much more physical unreal than the the virtual reality ones or holographic ones that I was was imagining yes. It's impressive so I want to ah guy on just under a search issue chatting into looking up kopf distinct models and yeah interesting yeah yeah. I'm going to be careful here. That doesn't say same websites bad pretend human models and fees in various. I'm saying exist never said something that before okay right so we might move on from that audio guy. Yes I reckon they might have got some key model from does a company company called Veterinary Simulator Industries Mike they're supposed to me that's designed and manufactured in in Canada so maybe it is from he definitely article kid is way soy was the supply. I think they got it from. He is so it dislocated to strike your calf motto and it's fully articulated skeleton with Vertebra Pelvis and Spine Realistic Movement Immune for Braids Sheriff in Holstein Black and Red Angus and custom braids MAC available at additional cost side the guy so I appreciate it's part of this company produce. Patrice a daily guy and it's a one of the got horrific dystopia simulator and one of the other products to win this law as we record he is which is a bit sad the captive bolt gun training model side on. I've got to be disturbing this market. It has a realistic looking models of the heads of particular animals with a big hole in the middle of the forest which is shiny way to put the captive spoken as much as it's unpleasant. It's good that it's doing it properly and the good thing is that ignites you know when you know in the.

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"university queensland" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"university queensland" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Offer expires twenty nine hundred President Trump. Sounds an optimistic note on trade talks with China that can only say that the talks with China and trade of gun. Very very well. In the meantime, our economy's very strong, we're doing well. I don't know if you noticed but deficit seemed to be coming down the US and China are holding talks in Washington aimed at ending a fight over Beijing's technological ambitions talks come ahead of the March second deadline to increase US tariffs against Chinese goods optimism over those trade talks stocks in higher on Tuesday. Although only slightly they also got a boost from WalMart's strong earnings the Dow rose eight points, the NASDAQ gained fourteen Dow futures now down twelve points. Scientists say climate change has claimed its first extinction a creature that lived near the Great Barrier. Reef, and it turns out it's a rodent a rat. Like rodent called the Bramble cay melanomas last seen in two thousand nine they lived in the fields and dug Burrows into the ground but living in areas below sea level was their doom university. Queensland? Scientists say the main factors in the mammals extinction was almost certainly ocean inundation of the low lying k during the last decade causing dramatic habitat loss the Bramble cay melanomas like the canary in the coal mine. The Australian government claims the extinction in the last decade points to human induced climate change. Therese Crowley, Fox News. An avalanche at a popular ski resort and Swiss Alps injures at least four people one seriously avalanche hit Tuesday at a slip and Kron Montana. Officials say that more than two hundred rescuers are searching the scene overnight for as many as eight more victims and the star of my six hundred pound life dies. TLC says twenty nine year old Sean Milliken died Sunday he'd been hospitalized in Houston. Two days prior for an infection his way to soar to nine hundred pounds before we sought help on my six hundred.

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